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What Is a Cold Case? And Can it Still Be Prosecuted?
What Is a Cold Case? And Can it Still Be Prosecuted?

In the U.S., various television dramas have popularized the criminal investigation of cold cases. These types of matters involve offenses that have not been solved and for which the investigator has exhausted all leads. However, it stays open in the event that new evidence ...

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